The Press Newspaper
Northwood Police earlier this month arrested a brother and sister for allegedly stealing copper pipes from vacant homes on the west side of the city.
Nelda Ormsby, 44, and her brother, Armando Perez, 32, were arrested at 4:30 a.m. on Aug. 3 after neighbors heard noise coming from a home on Tracy Road, according to Northwood Police Det. Ken Campbell.
The Lake Township trustees have approved an agreement with Perrysburg and Troy townships that will provide immediate back-up service between the townships’ fire departments on calls involving structure fires.
Under the agreement approved Tuesday, the townships will provide tanker trucks immediately to help each other with structure fires in areas where there are no fire hydrants or a reliable water supply.
Joe Kane, of East Toledo, was crowned the Super Searcher” in Metroparks of the Toledo Area’s Great Park Search (GPS) contest.
Contest participants followed weekly clues – given in the form of GPS coordinates – to find 69 “hidden” locations throughout the park system. New clues were posted each Monday by 10 a.m. Once participants determined the designated locations, they discovered codewords to be entered on the Metroparks’ website.
Poll workers at precinct 420 in Lake Township followed the rules as they were trained during the special election Aug. 7, according to the Wood County Board of Elections, which responded to questions raised by the Lake school board and administration.
In a statement released last week, the elections board emphasizes that no one was turned away from the polling site and that workers were following election rules properly until the board received an opinion from the Ohio Secretary of State office.
Power outages in the Oregon police dispatch center spurred the city to purchase a new uninterruptable power supply system to prevent future occurrences.
The new supply system was purchased from Micro Works, Inc., Oregon, for $19,000.
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